Surroundings of Cracow

Energylandia (Aleja 3 Maja, Zator)

Energylandia is the most modern and largest Family Amusement Park in Poland located in Zator, about 50 kilometers from Ariańska 16 Apart Residence.
Tickets: energylandia.pl
 

Lagoon on Piaski in Kryspinów, Budzyń and Cholerzyn

Situated less than 12 kilometers from Cracow, it is a treat for all those who want to relax by the water away from the city centre, on a beautiful sandy or partially grassed beach. The place offers not only the beach but also: wakepark, bikes and kayaks, headland, cape of fun, superfly, quads and off-road. Price list: kryspinow.com.pl
Price list: zalewkryspinow.pl
 

Valleys in Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska

Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska brings together picturesque views and landscapes. It is a beautiful region, one of the most attractive and most appreciated tourist destinations in our country. The trails of the Krakow-Częstochowa Upland can be traversed by car, on foot, by bike or even on horseback. It is a very beautiful and interesting region, so it is impossible to count all the attractions in Jura, you can choose from a wealth of castles, rocks, caves, valleys and various forms of recreation.

Worth seeing: Kluczwody Valley, Bolechowicka, Kobylańska, Będkowska with the Bat Cave (Jaskinia Nietoperzowa), Szklarki, Racławki, Sąspowska.
Price list: jaskinianietoperzowa.wordpress.com
 

Ojców National Park

It is situated in Jura Krakowsko-Czêstochowska, a few dozen kilometres from Cracow. It is the smallest national park in Poland, although it is not inferior to others in terms of attractions. It was created in January 1956 on the initiative of Professor W. Szafer.

Sites and monuments in the Ojców National Park: Ruins of the medieval Castle in Ojców, Late Renaissance Castle Pieskowa Skała, Chapel "On the Water", Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hermitage of Blessed Salomea and Prayer Grottoes in Grodzisko, Museum of Ojców National Park named after Professor Władysław Szafer, Tourist caves: Dark Cave and Łokietka Cave, Numerous rocks, the more famous of them are: Brama Krakowska, Needle of 

Deotyma, Maczuga Herkulesa (Hercule’s' mace), Łaskawiec, Panieńskie Skały, Rękawica, Skały Kawalerskie.
Price list: ojcowskiparknarodowy.pl
 

Auschwitz Birkenau – Oświęcim

Auschwitz camp was created by the Germans in mid-1940 on the outskirts of Oświęcim, which was incorporated by the Nazis into the Third Reich. It is a complex of German Nazi concentration and extermination camps, operating from 1940 to 1945, a symbol of the Holocaust of the Jews, also known as the "death factory". As the only German concentration camp it was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List (1979) under the name Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Booking: visit.auschwitz.org
 

Wieliczka Salt Mine

The Salt Mine in Wieliczka, in the Middle Ages called Magnum Sal - Great Salt, was the biggest centre of salt industry in Poland of great importance for the country's economy. The Wieliczka Salt Mine is an extraordinary place, hidden from the world, full of secrets and legends.
Tickets: kopalnia.pl
 

Bochnia Salt Mine

The Bochnia Salt Mine was founded in 1248 and until 1990 rock salt was extracted from it, but it has not been closed since then and is one of the oldest continuously operating industrial plants in Europe and Poland. For almost eight centuries an "underground salt city" was created. Since 2000, the Bocheńska mine has been a Monument of History, and in 2013, it was recognised internationally by joining the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List.
Tickets: kopalnia-bochnia.pl

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